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bobaluuu
Member
posted February 08, 2003 03:14 PM
I lost my tech article on antidive for upper c.arms Seems it recommended 2 or 4 degree split left to right. I dont remember it recommending a startingpoint for a metric chassis. help me - help me please

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awkwardjeff
Member
posted February 08, 2003 04:20 PM
2 degree on upper mounts......this assumes you set your ride heights FIRST...check the frame THEN add 2 degree........If you just put them at 2 degrees then put a bunch of rake in the chassis it might be close to zero. set ride heights, and go from there on ALL mounts.......



bobaluuu
Member
posted February 08, 2003 06:59 PM
quote:
Originally posted by awkwardjeff:
2 degree on upper mounts......this assumes you set your ride heights FIRST...check the frame THEN add 2 degree........If you just put them at 2 degrees then put a bunch of rake in the chassis it might be close to zero. set ride heights, and go from there on ALL mounts.......


both side the same??

awkwardjeff
Member
posted February 08, 2003 10:00 PM
I like both sides the same......other people have used a little less in the right front to get the car to start rolling into the corner sooner.......that gets to be what you like.....

I like a car that stops when the brakes are applied.....NOT MOVES AROUND........

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